Lindsay Rhodes

Lindsay Rhodes (born December 31, 1975, in El Toro, California, USA) is an American sportscaster, journalist, and television personality who currently serves as a host and reporter for the NFL Network. She is also well-known for her roles in the 2008 Insight Bowl and the Southern California Sports Report (2000).

Early Life of Lindsay Rhodes

Lindsay Rhodes was born on December 31, 1975, in El Toro, California, USA. There is no information about her parents or siblings. We will, however, update it as soon as we receive the information. She is 43 years old (she will turn 44 in December 2019) and was born under the sign Capricorn.

He is an American by nationality, and he is White by ethnicity. In terms of his education, she attended EI Toro High School in El Toro, California. Following that, she enrolled at the University of Southern California in California, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism and graduated in 1998.

Who is Lindsay Rhodes Husband?

In terms of her love life, she married Matt Rhodes on February 19, 2012. She later announced her wedding date on March 1, 2012. The couple had a son in 2014 and a daughter named Clayton Lee Rhodes in May 2017. In California, they have a happy married life with their children.

What are the Net Worth and Salary of Lindsay Rhodes?

Lindsay Rhodes’s salary from her profession in 2019 is $43640, according to sources. Her estimated net worth in 2019 is being researched.

Body Measurement of Lindsay Rhodes

Lindsay, an American reporter, is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs an unknown amount. When it comes to his appearance, he has blonde hair and brown eyes.

Professional Career of Lindsay Rhodes

Lindsay worked as an intern in the USC Athletic Department and at Fox Sports Net after graduating. She began her career as a reporter for an ABC affiliate in Yakima, Washington. Her reporting career was then followed by work as a Weekday Sports Anchor for Fox affiliate KKFX in Santa Barbara, California.

In 2003, she landed a big break when she was hired as a full-time sportscaster by FSN West. She used to report on most of the high school sports ceremonies there. Furthermore, she joined NFL Network in 2008 and continues to make significant contributions to the company’s success.

She has received numerous awards in her reporting career as a result of her hard work and efforts. Some examples include the Los Angeles area Emmy Award for Best Sports Reporting (2004) and Women in Radio and Television: GENII Award, Excellence in Sports Reporting Award (2010).